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4 hours ago, Bleep1673 said:

No. They were useful, store cupboard, whatever is there stuff. Stuff for ideas. It was recorded this week.

Unfortunately he uses flour in most - we haven't seen any for a few weeks now. The guinea pig"s sawdust is the nearest substitute we have available.

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23 minutes ago, Les Tonks Sidestep said:

Unfortunately he uses flour in most - we haven't seen any for a few weeks now. The guinea pig"s sawdust is the nearest substitute we have available.

On Race Around the World they were in Peru. Where they eat GP


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Earlier on I watched the Diego Maradona documentary that was on Channel 4 a while back. Everywhere he went in Naples he was mobbed and he couldn’t live any kind of normal life. No wonder he went off the rails as the attention he had constantly was immense.

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13 hours ago, DavidM said:

I watched celebrities on a murder mystery weekend on channel 5 . Yes , times are that bad 

Who done it? 

 

PS Did you know any of the "celebrities"? 


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50 minutes ago, Wiltshire Rhino said:

Who done it? 

 

PS Did you know any of the "celebrities"? 

Lady Helena and the lawyer she was having an affair with 

Yes all of them . Including bang up to date luminaries like John Sergeant Sue Pollard and Angela Rippon 

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I was playing with my new phone last night, and I saw an icon at the top that I didn't recognise, so I pressed it. It linked my phone to my TV.


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12 hours ago, Bleep1673 said:

On Race Around the World they were in Peru. Where they eat GP

Yes, they farm them for meat. Mate was there a few years ago and was going to try GP but his girlfriend 'persuaded' him otherwise. 

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1 hour ago, Bleep1673 said:

I was playing with my new phone last night, and I saw an icon at the top that I didn't recognise, so I pressed it. It linked my phone to my TV.

Being able to cast to a big screen is great, especially for RL matches on YouTube.


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37 minutes ago, Les Tonks Sidestep said:

Yes, they farm them for meat. Mate was there a few years ago and was going to try GP but his girlfriend 'persuaded' him otherwise. 

A Peruvian depiction of the last supper, and the main dish is...

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4 hours ago, Les Tonks Sidestep said:

Yes, they farm them for meat. Mate was there a few years ago and was going to try GP but his girlfriend 'persuaded' him otherwise. 

Yeah, I know that kind of persuasion. "If you eat L'Escargot, we're finished", gentle, but persuasive.


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3 hours ago, Futtocks said:

Being able to cast to a big screen is great, especially for RL matches on YouTube.

Thing is, I already have a hdmi computer to tv cable for watching most of my DVD's (except US imports), so I never even thought about it, especially as my tv has youtube on it anyway.


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1 hour ago, Bleep1673 said:

Yeah, I know that kind of persuasion. "If you eat L'Escargot, we're finished", gentle, but persuasive.

I don't believe there was any gentleness or subtlety involved 😉

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onight, Sky Channel 328, Talking Pictures - 21:15, This Sporting Life, with Richard Harris, Starring 1960's Belle Vue, Wakefield.

Just caught up with this film,enjoyed it, but i had a workshop at back a rugby ground in late 60s, and i cant remember the 2 cooling towers in background, anyone shed any light on were they stood ?.

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HIGNFY is less funny in a working from home format than our team meetings at work. 

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1 hour ago, ckn said:

HIGNFY is less funny in a working from home format than our team meetings at work. 

They seemed to be trying too hard. It wasn't good!


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10 hours ago, Wiltshire Rhino said:

They seemed to be trying too hard. It wasn't good!

It does show the psychology works for the laughter tracks and live audiences laughing. 

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12 hours ago, ckn said:

HIGNFY is less funny in a working from home format than our team meetings at work. 

They didn't try to do that surely 🙄

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1 minute ago, GUBRATS said:

They didn't try to do that surely 🙄

They spent about half the show making comments about each other’s backgrounds in their home. “Are you running a video shop?”, “That’s a lot of books”, “Your neighbours are noisy”

The sort of stuff that our lot all got out of the way in the first few team meetings at work. But we were funnier as we had personal contexts all to chuckle along to.

It really was about as funny as catching herpes.


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The timing on HIGNFY was, for obvious reasons, a bit off, plus people starting to talk simultaneously before stopping and starting again. Very awkward.


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Thank you BBC, that is a great programme,  some great Rugby League

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That was great RL, a bit too Yorkshire biased though.

I was in Cardiff 2003

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1985 Wembley is packed, now it's empty


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That was good, more please BBC


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18 hours ago, ckn said:

HIGNFY is less funny in a working from home format than our team meetings at work. 

same as question of sport - funny 15 years ago but not anymore - time for the axe to fall

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